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Champing Brings New Life to Old Churches

Champing Brings New Life to Old Churches

In Oundle, St Peter’s Church has a flourishing ministry and is at the natural centre of the community. St Peter’s Church, Aldwincle also continues to be a lively centre for…

U.S. Airforce to Pull Out from Local Bases

U.S. Airforce to Pull Out from Local Bases

On 8 January that US Defence Secretary, Chuck Hagel declared the United States Air Force’s (USAF) departure from three UK air bases, Molesworth, Mildenhall and Alconbury. The subject of pulling…

Library Hosts Universal Children’s Services

With threats of reduced funding and shorter hours, libraries are having to introduce more services to justify their presence in communities. The Oundle Library is now a base for one…

Childcare is One of Most Difficult Decisions

Childcare is One of Most Difficult Decisions

Soaring prices of childcare across the UK call for ‘radical reform’ says Chief Executive of the Family and Childcare Trust, Stephen Dunmore. According to the Institute for Public Policy Research,…

Doctor Retires After 26 Years

We are rarely more vulnerable than when we go to meet our doctor, feeling poorly or in pain, or filled with anxiety and doubt. Doctors are among the most trusted…

The Press Defends the Right to Inform or be Informed

In January this year, events in Paris reminded the world about the importance of press freedom, but also raised questions about the ‘appropriateness’ of published content. Charlie Hebdo, a French…

New Housing Helps Keep Down Council Tax

The council tax in East Northamptonshire has been frozen by the Council for 2015 – 2016 in order to help support residents who are struggling financially. The decision means that…

Oundle Baptist Church

Oundle Baptist Church

The Revd John Singleton is the new, interim Pastor of Oundle Baptist Church. He was appointed on Sunday 19th April, in an induction service at Prince William School, where the…

Spire Homes Begins Development

Spire Homes Begins Development

The official start to work on homes at the newly christened Queen’s Court was marked with a traditional turf cutting ceremony during the week of March 9th. More than seven…

Apethorpe Hall Finally Finds A Buyer

Apethorpe Hall, a Grade I Jacobean manor house, has recently been sold to a French Baron, Jean Christophe Iseux, Baron Von Pfetten, for £2.5m. The sale comes after years of…

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